THE INDE X TO THE EIGHTH VOLUME. A A. CTIONS, Principles of, two in Man. N. 588. Adulterers, how punifh'd by the Primitive Chri ftians, N. 579. Aglaus, his Story told by Cowley, N. 610. Ambition, various kinds of it, N. 570. Laudable, 613. 'Anacharfis, the Corinthian Drunkard, a Saying of his, N. 569. Ancestry, how far Honour is to be pay'd to it, N. 612. Answers to feveral Letters at once, N. 581, and 619. Antipathies, a Letter about them, N. 609. Anxieties, unneceffary, the Evil of them, and the Va nity of them, N. 615. Applaufe and Cenfure fhould not mif-lead us, N. 610, Arafpas and Panthea, their Story out of Xenophon, N 564 Ari Ariftippus, his Saying of Content, N. 174. 575. BAC B.. Acon Flitch, at Whichenovre in Staffordshire, who Bantam, Ambaflador of, his Letter to his Mafter about Baxter, what a Bleffing he had, N. 598. Benevolence treated of, N. 601. Beneficence, the Pleasure of it, N. 588. A Difcourfe Bion, his Saying of a greedy Search after Happiness, N. 574 Blank, his Letter to the Spectator about his Family, N. 563. Bonofus, the Drunken Briton, a Saying of him after he Burlesque Authors the Delight of Ordinary Readers, Burlesque Humour, N. 616, Bufie World, N. 624, C. Acothes, or Itch of Writing, an Epidemical Di Calamities, whimsical ones, N. 558. Calumny, the great Offence of it, N 594. Rules a Cafes in Love answer'd, N. 614. Cato, an Inftance of his Probity, N. $57. Cave of Trophonius, feveral People put into it to be Cenfure and Applaufe fhould not mif-lead us, N. 610. Chastity, how priz'd' by the Heathens, N, 579. Cheru Cherubims, what the Rabbins fay they are, N. 600. Chit-Chat Club's Letter to the Spectator, N. 560. Christianity, the only Syftem that can produce Con tent, N. 5740 How much above Philofophy, 634. Cleanliness, the Praife of it, N. 631. Clergymen, the Vanity of fome in wearing Scarfes, N. 609. Coach, Stage, its Company, N. 637. Content, how defcribed by a Roficrufían, N. 5746. The Virtue of it, ibid.. Country Gentlemen, Advice to them about fpending their Time, N. 583. Memoirs of the Life of one, 622. Cowley, Mr. his Defcription of Heaven, N. 590.. His Story of Aglais, 610. His Ambition, 613. Crazy, a Man thought fo by reading Milton aloud, N. 577. Criticks, Modern ones, fome Errors of theirs about Plays, N. 592. Cyrus, how he try'd a young Lord's Virtue, N. 164. D.. Difcretion abfolutely neceffary in a good Husband, N. 607. Diftempers, difficult, change them for the better, N. 559. Divine Nature, our narrow Conceptions of it, N. 565. Its Omniprefence and Omniscience, ibid. Dreams, a Difcourfe of them, N. 593. and 597. Several extravagant ones, ibid. Of Trophonius's Cave, 599. Drunkard, a Character of one, N. 569. Is a Monfter, ibid. Drunkenness, the ill Effects of it, N. 569. What Seneca and Publius Syrus faid of it, ibid. Dryden, Mr. his Tranflation of Japis's Cure of Æneas out of Virgil, N. 572. Of Eneas's Ships being turn'd to Goddeffes, N. 589. His Cock's Speech to Dame Dumb Conjurer's Letter to the Spectator, N. 560. E. Dgar, King, an Amour of his, N. 605. Egotifm, the Vanity of it condemn'd, N. 562. Egyptians tormented with the Plague of Darkness, N. Eloquence of Beggars, N. 613. English, a Character of them by a great Preacher, N. Epiftolary Poetry, the two kinds of Styles, N. 618. Eternity, an Effay upon it. N. 590. Part is to come, F. ACES, every Man should be pleased with his own, FAC N. 559. Fadlallah, his Story out of the Perfian Tales, N. 578. Fancy, her Character, Ñ. 558. her Calamities, ibid. Fear, how neceffary 'tis to fubdue it, N. 615. Flattery, how grateful, N. 621. Fontenelle, his Saying of the Ambitious and Covetous, Free-thinkers put into Trophonius's Cave, N. 599. Funnel, Will, the Toper, his Character, N. 569. Futu Futurity, the ftrong Inclination Man has to know it, G. Genealogy, a Letter about it, N. 612. Gladio's Dream, N. 597. God, a Contemplation of his Omniprefence and Omni- Grotto, Verfes on one, N. 632. Gyges and Aglaüs, their Story, N. 610, H. H Amadryads, the Fable of them to the Honour of Happiness of Souls in Heaven treated of, N. 600. Heaven, its Glory, N. 580. Defcribed by Mr. Cowley, Hermit, his Saying to a lewd young Fellow, N. 575. Hilpa, the Chinese Antediluvian Princefs, her Story, N. Hiftory, Secret, an odd way of Writing one, N. 619. Hunting reprov'd, N. 583. Husbands: Rules for marrying them by the Widow |